Had to LAUGH

I was reading my friendlily Tory bog-sorry blog and of course the comments Independents props up Labour. So have the numbers changed so much that we hold the balance of power? no, just Tory rubbish for Leaflets.The facts are the Tories put out a Budget and Labour rip it to pieces. Perhaps people should take a good luck at their budget all two pages. If people would come into the real world highlight the failings of the ruling group and propose fully costed proposals not well will cut a bit there and a bit here, we may have sound reasoning to attack the failings of the ruling group.You asked me how i would save Money about six month ago i wrote back you never reply, perhaps sniping is better suited. You should worry about Irllam because we now have an excellent candidate to give you a run for your money.Nationally your parties ratings are sinking like a stone, people are now seeing what is behind the Tory party. What do you think we should have done Voted with you and your budget would have been put through? come on the Numbers don’t stack up. No one talks over the £ 1.5 million going to Age croft Cemetery,No! one party we all no put on about Voting to raise the cost of funerals! and i had to talk to a 70 Year old man who had lost his wife to cancer, sometimes the other side of politics makes me sick.

Sticks and stones…

Well  it’s on the Lib dem Blogs/Then the Advertiser and now i am told it’s on Salford Online callingLibdemT me again. Well if the Little man fancies having a go no problems. Because i think it Really shows  what some of the people are like.And i thought when i left school all that stopped, well not for every one. Cant wait for the are you local

Mephedrone to be made Class B drug – and banned within weeks

    Source 24 Dash.com My worry how the Chemist in china can change the mix and send us something else

Published by Jon Land for 24dash.com in Health and also in Communities
Monday 29th March 2010 – 5:07pm

Mephedrone to be made Class B drug - and banned within weeks Mephedrone to be made Class B drug – and banned within weeks

‘Dance drug’ mephedrone will be banned within weeks, Home Secretary Alan Johnson announced today.

The legal high, which has been linked to up to 25 deaths in England and Scotland, will be banned and made a Class B drug, he said. A ban on importing the drug will come into force today.

The announcement came after Mr Johnson was given a report backing a ban on mephedrone – also known as M-Cat or Plant Food – from Professor Les Iversen, chairman of the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs.

Speaking at the Home Office after talks with Prof Iversen, Mr Johnson said he had accepted the council’s advice.

The ban will cover not just mephedrone but all similar substances in a group called cathinones, he said. It is likely to come into force by the end of April, he said.

“As a result of the council’s swift advice, I am introducing legislation to ban not just mephedrone and other cathinones but also to enshrine in law a generic definition so that, as with synthetic cannabinoids, we can be in the forefront of dealing with this whole family of drugs,” he said. “This will stop unscrupulous manufacturers and others peddling different but similarly harmful drugs.

“The Government is determined to crack down on these so-called legal highs and we must all play a part in ensuring children and young people know about their dangers.”

The mother of a student killed by legal highs dismissed the Home Secretary’s promise to outlaw mephedrone as pointless, adding: “The crazy chemists are still running rings around politicians.”

Maryon Stewart, whose 21-year-old daughter Hester died after taking the dance drug GBL, subsequently made illegal last year by Alan Johnson, said equally dangerous products were likely to be ready to hit the market as soon as mephedrone becomes a Class B drug.

“We are limping along waiting for these drugs to become popular before making them illegal. It is a completely backward and pointless approach.”